The national telco and digital infrastructure provider started 2021 strongly despite challenges, and saw growth across all of its business lines.
An OpenSignal Insights report finds that Malaysia’s data consumption over the past year surpasses that of its neighbouring country in terms of growth and amount.
New broadband plans for businesses include mesh Wi-Fi, and a chance to win prizes that include a 4WD.
The National Digital Network infrastructure plan is achieving its targets, says MCMC, though there are still kinks to work out.
The three Malaysian telcos are collaborating for faster, more efficient fibre backhaul deployment and network rollouts.
The initiative seeks to empower every Malaysian and is expected to assist SMEs and catalyse startups, and top of investing the nation’s critical infrastructure
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In the first quarterly report of the National Digital Network plan (Jendela), the MCMC lists down the successes in increasing internet coverage in the country, its shortfalls, and the progress in getting telecommunications recognised as a third utility.